Only use air tool or paintball specific lubricant. Never use aerosol lube like wd40.
Some high end markers require certain lubes, consult the manual or box before maintaining.
It is not recommended you do this for safety reasons.
Yes. It is cheap, reliable, and is low maintenance.
No, you should use only paintball specific of air tool lubricant.
You disassemble it, and apply a non aerosol airtool or paintball lube to the o- rings and major mechanical parts.
The purpose of a paintball gun is to fire paintball pellets, to mark opponents in the game of paintball.
any synthetic marker oil made for paintball will do just fine, make sure it is paintball oil though. Do not use motor oil or WD-40. Gold Cup oil is the best paintball oil for blowbacks or the Gold Cup Final Solution grease for all high end guns.
A paintball marker is a paintball gun. It is just called a marker instead of a gun.
When someone is just doing paintball for the first time they need a paintball gun that is easy to use and light. The recommended one is a Tippman 98. Any of the variants will be good.
Whatever you do, dont use rem-oil, any other oil made for real firearms or aerosol sprays, they will eat away the o-rings and wear out the paintball gun. Use oil made for paintball guns or air tool oil. a paintball gun is essentially and air tool. the easiest way is to put 6 or so drops of oil into the place where you screw in the tank, then screw in the tank and fire a few shots. you dont need paint to do this. You should use only manufacturer-recommended lubricant for your gun. Your gun's owners manual should tell you how to lubricate the gun. If youdon't have it then youcan go to their website. The best paintball oil is Gold Cup oil and the best grease is Gold Cup Final Solution grease.
The sizes 9 oz and all the way up to 20 oz can be used for paintball gun. Some of the paintball guns are supposed to be used by the larger tanks. So the size of tank depends on your paintball gun.
No, do not expose your paintball gun to water.